Sustainable and inspiring design for your work, healthcare or learning environment
The new workplace reality and social distancing has had quite an impact on our physical work environment. In what way has your organisation implemented Covid-19 measures? What options are there for a safe and responsible layout and furnishing of your office, healthcare or educational environment? And when looking ahead: how will these changes affect your work environment in the long term? These are all burning questions that many organisations are trying to find solutions for, and you are most likely one of them.
In the new workplace reality we work more frequently from home. Doing so for an entire day is very different to getting something done at the dining room table. An optimal home workspace is inspiring, ergonomically responsible and functional. And above all, a pleasant place to spend time in so you can enjoy your work. All you need is a proper desk and comfortable office chair to turn your attic or spare bedroom into your ideal home office. A place where you can work in comfort and in good health, even for longer periods of time.
We aren't phased by special requests. Every single project is tailor-made!
Gispen has an extensive collection of project furniture for all types of office and healthcare organisations as well as educational institutions. As an addition to our standard collection, we have developed custom solutions for each sector based on our many years of experience in these specific fields. Our collection not only includes a wide range of Gispen furniture, we also offer numerous products from other A-level furniture brands. To make searching for the right piece of furniture a little easier for you, you can search by type of product or furniture collection.
Have you called upon the services of Gispen? We will unburden your organisation wherever we can, and we will do so throughout the entire furnishing process. We are known for our custom solutions in addition to our standard set of services. These include interior design, project management, cable management and furniture maintenance. And last but not least: various services in the field of circular interior design. Take the Circular Quality Scan, for example, which provides insight into the possiblities for clever reuse of the furniture already owned by an organisation.
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